Saturday, June 16, 2007

Tonight's the big opening! 6-10pm.....
yacht club gallery
2750 yemans, hamtramck
There's a parking lot a block east of the gallery on yemans (next to Polish Village, just east of jos campau) but you will have to circle around with the one way streets).


Blogger Mark Creegan said...

Congrats and have a great time. I hope yer playing some Yacht Rock! I love the show's title!

10:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corgrats Ann! I'm so happy to see you did this, Im excited to see the next show:) Great to see more people helping and adding to our art comunity. GOOD JOB ANN! and thank you for what you do for us all. :)


11:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had the greatest time! So did Boswell!

The show was tight, succinct, and refreshing. Thanks for bringing these artists to our notice.

The name will come, Ann....and it will be perfect in its simplicity....

10:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the origami dollar yacht is grrreat! It should be the icon forever

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great job. Congrats to you and Keith for getting this project off the ground, and hosting such a fun show.

3:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

popo was there, popo liked!!

Ham town rocks with the yacht.

F*ck Yah!

5:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm lost. i love ann, but i'm lost. the art lost me. it was trite and just not good or fresh.

i'm really waiting for an explosion in the art world to bring on something new and good.

meanwhile, a parade of ....

12:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you want an explosion or the like, then watch cnn or the 6 pm news for plenty of that.

you want to be obviously entertained....bells and whistles and "excitement" whatever that means. Any of the casinos around here will give you this.

the art in this show was subtle, intuitive, and thought provoking. Its just too bad that the video game culture has spoiled viewers eyes to this quality

7:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

explosion was figurative, meaning anything less boring and bad would be a real revolution to art. going thru grad school so you can pretend you're still in elementary.

this wasn't subtle so much as dull. it wasn't thought-provoking so much as unengaging. the painting was slap-dash, high school and just dumb - shit box. today is fucked.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dylan Spaysky and Ann Gordon: a dynamic duo?

detroit's own budding relationship between artist and critic. isn't this how greenberg and pollock worked?

what happens in this symbiosis? does she tell him what to make and he does it and then it gets written about?

this is so soap opera drama-ish, it's better than my daytime stories on TV! (don't worry, i even think about painting while i watch TV)

6:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

spassky as pollock??

6:51 PM  
Blogger Ashley Androgyny said...

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1:23 AM  
Blogger Ashley Androgyny said...

AA: My kid could paint that. An elephant could paint that. Follow the good tradition. Paint grandly. Keep it in the family. Don't you hate rock and roll punk kill it all? (in the woods.)

10:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

how about that write up on thedetroiter about the show? Wonder if it will be shown here for it's f*ckyou/commentary criticism?

9:44 AM  

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